For decades, San Francisco, California has maintained a ban on the discharge of a firearm within city limits, even in cases of self-defense or emergency. After the McDonald v. Chicago Supreme Court decision, the NRA and CRPA Foundation brought a lawsuit against the ordinance in Jackson v. City and County of San Francisco. Last March, the city amended the ordinance before the Jackson case was decided, but now it only allows handguns to be discharged in self-defense or the defense of others only if it is in the gun owner's residence. In other words, one cannot use a shotgun or rifle to defend themselves, nor can they defend themselves anywhere but in their own homes. Cam Edwards speaks with Chuck Michel about this Second Amendment mess. Originally aired 4/7/2011.